ENERGY LOSS REDUCTION IN SMART GRID UTILITIES FOR ACCOUNT OF TRANSITION FROM SINGLE-PHASE TO THREE-PHASE POWER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS
Keywords:energy loss, copper consumption, power distribution system, Smart Grid
Analytical dependences of such efficiency indices as energy loss power and copper consumption under transition from single-phase power distribution systems to three-phase ones are obtained.
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